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FINAL SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
THURSDAY, JUNE 08, 2006
12.00-15.00 Registration 14.00 SCUR Board members meeting/coffee, tea and sandwiches 14.45-15.00 Opening 15.00-15.30 INVITED LECTURE
Chairman: S. Jablonska
Slawomir Majewski (Warszawa, Poland)
A possible role of epidermodysplasia verruciformis-associated human
papillomaviruses in the pathogenesis of psoriasis.
15.30-16.30 FREE COMMUNICATIONS: Inflammation and
infections
1. Ultrastructure of mast cells in psoriasis vulgaris. I. Janusz, P.P. Liberski, A. Sysa-Jedrzejowska, A. Zalewska (Lodz, Poland) 2. WHIM syndrome. Light and electronmicroscopic study of skin lesions in a new patient. J. Kanitakis, M. Tommasino, I. Guillot, F. Berard, F. Arenzana, F. Bachelerie, J.F. 3. A probably underdiagnosed zoonosis: Cowpox virus infection. W. H. Muss, M. Emberger, J. Koller, P. Zimmermann, D. Frangoulidis, H. Meyer, H. Hintner (Salzburg, Austria; 4. Susceptibility of Staphylococcus aureus strains to antimicrobial peptides. W. Baranska-Rybak, R. Nowicki, A. Schmidtchen (Gdansk, Poland; Lund, Sweden) 5. Increased number of Langerhans cells after topical treatment with tacrolimus. B. Kwiek, N. Novak, J-P. Allam, K. Wozniak, C. Kowalewski, T. Bieber, and A. Langner (Warszawa, Poland; Bonn, Germany) 16.30-17.00 coffee break/poster walking/Leica demonstration 17.00-18.00 FREE COMMUNICATIONS: Epidermal barrier
1. Pre- and postnatal diagnosis of Harlequin ichthyosis: differentiation from other keratinization disorders by specific ultrastructural markers and future facilitated possibilities after identification of respective mutations. I. Hausser, M. Akiyama, H. Shimizu, G. Wolff, R. Rauskolb, P. Krieg, N. Epp, T. Gedde-Dahl Jr (Heidelberg, Germany; Sapporo, Japan; Mainz, Germany; Freiburg, Germany; Northeim, Germany; Oslo, Norway ) A. Ishiko, I. Dekio, A. Fujimoto, M. Amagai, T. Nishikawa (Tokyo, Japan) 3. Effects of a topical treatment of atopic dermatitis with a stratum corneum lipid mixture in dogs. A. Piekutowska, D. Pin, C.A. Reme, H. Gatto, and M. Haftek (Lyon and Carros, 4. 12r-lipoxygenase deficiency leads to a loss of skin barrier function in mice accompanied by ultrastructural changes in the upper granular layer. N. Epp, I. Hausser, G. Fürstenberger, P. Krieg (Heidelberg, Germany) 5. Advanced skin-organotypic cultures / skin equivalents (SE’s) reconstructing both epidermal and dermal D. Breitkreutz, H.-J. Stark, K. Böhnke, N. Mirancea, M. J. Willhauck, A. Pavesio, P. Boukamp (Heidelberg, Germany; Abano Terme, Italy) FRIDAY, JUNE 09, 2006
9.00-10.00 FREE COMMUNICATIONS: UV and cancerogenesis
1. Increased carcinogenesis by loss of TRAIL-expression in chronically UV-exposed epidermis. S. Ständer, T. Schwarz (Münster and Kiel, Germany) 2. Enhanced expression of cyclooxygenases after repeated exposure to UVB radiation. J. Narbutt, A. Lesiak, A.Sysa-Jedrzejowska, C. Jochymski, W. Kozlowski, M. Norval (Lodz and Warsaw, Poland; Edinburgh Scotland) 3. Disappearance of melanocytes in regressing melanoma and in halo nevus: effects of cytokines F. Prignano, A.Spallanzani, C. Pinzi, N. Pimpinelli, S. Moretti (Florence, Italy) 4. CD1a+ epidermal cells number and distribution in SLE patients. A. Lesiak, J. Narbutt, J.Kobos, A. Sysa-Jedrzejowska, A. Wozniacka (Lodz, Poland) 5. Distribution of CD3 and CD4 antigens in patients with mycosis fungoides by using electron microscopy. A.A.Grzanka, W.Placek, A. Grzanka, M. Sokolowska- Wojdylo (Bydgoszcz and 10.00-10.30 INVITED LECTURE
Blistering mechanisms of pemphigus vulgaris: biochemical and ultrastructural studies 10.30-11.00 coffee break and poster walking/Leica demonstration 11.00-11.30 INVITED LECTURE
New insight into pathomechanism of bullous pemphigoid: Up- date from Sapporo 11.30-12.30 FREE COMMUNICATIONS: Autoimmune diseases
1. IgG in a patient with anti-p200 pemphigoid restricted to the non-hemidesmosomal area of lower lamina A. Shimizu, M. Ishibashi, T. Yoshida, M. Amagai, A. Ishiko (Tokyo, Japan) 2. Linear IgA Bullous Dermatosis induced by UV radiation. K. Wozniak, H. Wolska, and C. Kowalewski, (Warszawa, Poland) 3. Pemphigus foliaceus with antibody directed against BP230 kD antigen. T. Rogozinski, K.Wozniak, T. Hashimoto and C. Kowalewski (Warszawa, Poland; Kurume, Japan) 4. Vascular changes in morphea and related diseases: laser scanning confocal microscopic study. C.Kowalewski, A. Kozlowska, M. Gorska, K. Wozniak (Warszawa, Poland) 5. Morphea activity detection by termography. D. Mikulska, R. Maleszka (Szczecin, Poland) 12.30- 13.00 INVITED LECTURE
X-linked dominant ichthyosis: Chondrodysplasia punctata, the Conradi-Hünermann-Happle syndrom 13.00-14.00 lunch / SCUR and JSUCB Board members meeting 14.00-14.30 SPECIAL LECTURE
Recent technologies in confocal microscopy: Easy entry into confocal microscopy by Leica TCS SPE 14.30-15.00 INVITED LECTURE
Marcel Jonkman (Groningen, The Netherlands) Ultrastructure of unusual epidermolysis bullosa phenotypes
15.00-16.00 FREE COMMUNICATIONS: Epidermolysis bullosa

1. Production of a murine model of epidermolysis bullosa (EB). W. Nishie, D. Sawamura, M. Goto, K. Ito, A. Shibaki, J.R. McMillan, K. Sakai, H. Nakamura, E. Olasz, K.B. Yancey, M. Akiyama, H. Shimizu (Sapporo, Japan; 2. Novel compound heterozygous ITGB4 mutations in non-lethal variant of junctional epidermolysis bullosa M. Abe, D. Sawamura, M. Goto, H. Kawasaki, H. Shimizu (Sapporo, Japan) 3. Mutation profile of Polish patients with epidermolysis bullosa simplex R. Ploski, M. Choim, W. Szczecinska, K. Wozniak and C Kowalewski (Warszawa, Poland) ultrastructural study of Kindler syndrome. M. Ishibashi, T. Yoshida, A. Ishiko (Tokyo, Japan) 5. Small diameter porous honeycomb substrates are more effective at cultivating human keratinocyte and J. McMillan, M. Tanaka, S. Yamamoto, M. Shimomura, H. Shimizu (Sapporo, Japan) 16.00-16.30 coffee break/poster walking/Leica demanstration 16.30-17.00 INVITED LECTURE
17.00-17.30. SPECIAL LECTURE: New methods and techniques
Lukasz Kilianek (Warszawa, Poland) Advanced Fluorescence Microscopy SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 2006
9.00-9.30 INVITED LECTURE
Kaposi's sarcoma: a neoplasm of vascular tissue 9.30-10.40 FREE COMMUNICATION: Dermatopathology
1. Ultrastructural aberrations of epidermal keratinocytes and dermal capillaries in Bazex Syndrome. F. Breier, T. Petricki, E. Horacek, M. Zikeli, B. Wihsbek, B. Brückler, P. Sator (Vienna and Oberwart, Austria) 2. Usefulness of pinacyanol erythrosinate in mast cell visualization. A. Zalewska, A. Omulecki, A. Sysa-Jedrzejowska (Lodz, Poland) 3. Expression of KGF receptors in epithelial skin tumours. N. Skroza, D. Innocenzi, A. Angeloni, C. Marchese (Rome, Italy) 4. Keratinocyte growth factor receptor (KGFR) expression in dermatofibroma. D. Innocenzi, N. Skroza, A. Angeloni, C. Marchese (Rome, Italy) T. Hawro, A. Kwiecien, A. Sysa-Jedrzejowska, A. Zalewska (Lodz, Poland) 6. Congenital acantholytic dyskeratotic epidermal naevus following Blaschko’s lines without WK. Huh, K. Fujiwara, H. Takahashi (Asahikawa, Japan) 10.40-11.00 coffee break/poster walking/Leica demonstration 11.00-11.30 INVITED LECTURE
Marek Haftek (Lyon, France) Epidermal extracellular matrix. 11.30-12.30 POSTER SESSION: Discussion at the poster
1. Application of laser scanning confocal microscopy to evaluate the loss of cell to cell contact in experimental acantholysis in keratinocyte culture model M. Krajewski and C. Kowalewski (Warszawa, Poland) 2. Sclerodermatous graft-versus host disese: laser scanning confocal M. Gorska, A.Kozlowska, K. Wozniak, A. Gorkiewicz-Petkow, M. Blaszczyk, S. Jablonska and C. Kowalewski (Warszawa, Poland A. Kalinska-Bienias, T. Rogozinski, K. Wozniak and C. Kowalewski (Warszawa, Poland) 4. Pemphigus with IgA and IgG antibodies reactive with desmoglein 1. C. Kowalewski, T. Hashimoto, W. Mackiewicz, K. Wozniak, M. Krajewski and S. Jablonska (Warszawa, Poland and Kurume, Japan) 5. Anti-p200 pemphigoid induced by penicillin. K. Wozniak, T. Hashimoto, N. Ishii, M. Glinska-Wielochowska,Robert A. Schwartz and C. Kowalewski (Warszawa, Poland; Kurume, Japan; Newark, USA) 6. Epidermal morphological features in organotypic cultures of normal human breast skin: a light and electron microscopy study. M. Bedoni, C. Sforza, E. Donetti (Milan, Italy) 7. The efficacy of anti-rosacea cream - in vitro and in vivo study. K. Bazela, R. Debowska, M. Szubert, K. Rogiewicz, I. Eris (Warszawa, Poland) 8. Skin cell-regenerating and protective effect of sucralfate. R. Debowska, K. Bazela, K. Rogiewicz, I. Eris (Warszawa, Poland) 9. Exspression of MMP-1, MMP-2, MMP-9 i MMP-10 and their tissue inhibitors in skin lesions in dermatitis herpetiformis and pemphigoid. A. Zebrowska, A. Sysa-Jedrzejowska, J. Narbutt, J. Kobos, E. 10. Early skin changes in limbs with chronic venous insufficiency (cvi). C. Rosi, M. Franceschini, A. Caggiati, P. Zamboni, D. Innocenzi (Rome and Ferrera, Italy) 11. Coexistence of progressive facial hemiatrophy (PFH) with morphea and atrophoderma Pasini- Pierini (APP). High frequency ultrasound (32 MHz) imaging and differentiation of skin lesions. L. Preibisz, A. Szewczyk, M. Glinska-Wielochowska, Maria Blaszczyk- Kostanecka (Warszawa, Poland) 12. Early postoperative results after hand surgery in Epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica recessiva generalisata gravis. B.H. Noszczyk, J. Jethon and C. Kowalewski (Warszawa, Poland) 13. Direct examination of skin scraping for correct diagnosis of prolonged infection with Sarcoptes scabiei (Acari, Sarcoptidae). L. Chomicz, K. Wozniak, M. Glinska-Wielochowska and C. Kowalewski (Warszawa,Poland) 14. Collagen IV as vascular marker in fasciae obtained from patients with profound scleroderma, eosinophilic fasciitis and congenital fascial dystrophy. A. Wojas-Pelc, A. Fidzianska, S. Majewski, S. Lipko-Godlewska, S. Jablonska (Krakow and Warszawa, Poland) 12.30 Awards for the best presentations and closing
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